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Is the heart of Fennoscandian rodent cycle still beating? A 14-year study of small mammals and Tengmalm's owls in northern Norway
Analyses of spatial and temporal patterns of the small mammal cycle in Fennoscandia have led to two main conclusions: a south-north geographical gradient in the strength of density dependence andExpand
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Wintering Purple Sandpipers Calidi maritima in Troms county, northern Norway
A total of 10, 650 Purple Sandpipers were counted on small islands and skerries off the outer coast of Troms and 953 were counted on 220 km of fjord coastline. The total wintering population in theExpand
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Environmental pollutants in endangered vs. increasing subspecies of the lesser black-backed gull on the Norwegian Coast.
Organochlorine (OC) residues were measured in eggs and blood of different subspecies of the lesser black-backed gull, Larus fuscus, on the Norwegian coast: a) increasing L. f. intermedius in theExpand
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How do Purple Sandpipers Calidris maritima survive the winter north of the Arctic circle
Winter north of the Arctic circle in northern Norway is colder, windier and there is less solar radiation than in eastern Scotland, at a latitude 13 degrees further south. We predicted from equationsExpand
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Body condition and spring migration in female high-arctic barnacle geese Branta leucopsis
Female barnacle geese Branta leucopsis were studied on their spring staging area on the coast of mid-Norway and 1,500 km further to the north on their breeding areas in the Arctic archipelago,Expand
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Timing and duration of moult in three populations of Purple Sandpipers Calidris maritima with different moult/migration patterns
Timing and duration of primary moult in three populations of Purple Sandpipers Calidris maritima were described and discussed in relation to the birds' need to complete moult before the onset ofExpand
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Numbers and distribution of wintering waterfowl in Norway
The Norwegian coast is important as a wintering area on the European scale for a number of waterfowl species, especially the marine diving ducks. The most important are the Common Eider, King Eider,Expand
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Changes in bird communities by planting non-native spruce in coastal birch forests of northern Norway
Abstract Coastal birch forests in northern Norway have over the last 50 years gradually been replaced with non-native spruce plantations. To investigate possible changes in bird communities, weExpand
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